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The Kitchen Sink

by Sean Wiggins & Lone Goat

Rock, country, blues with powerful vocals, amazing guitar, well thought out lyrics & all 'round great tunes.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Into The Blue
4:06 $0.99
2. I'm Not Your Maid
3:25 $0.99
3. Watchin' The World Go By
2:50 $0.99
4. Cold Wind
3:21 $0.99
5. Crazy
3:54 $0.99
6. Taking It Slow
3:29 $0.99
7. You Done Me Wrong
3:18 $0.99
8. Old #7
3:47 $0.99
9. The Catchiest Song
2:23 $0.99
10. More
5:50 $0.99
11. Whole Enchilada
3:03 $0.99
12. Always
3:33 $0.99
13. Watchin' The World Go By (acoustic)
2:49 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Apparently someone got a bit experimental in the chem lab and mixed the DNA of Janis Joplin and Melissa Etheridge" ( and out came Sean Wiggins. Wiggins is captivating, with a strong stage presence and humorous story-telling between songs. Wiggins has shared the stage with Julia Fordham, Jill Sobule, Sophie B. Hawkins, Cyndi Lauper & more. She is an award winning songwriter, including Billboard’s Song Contest, and she just released her 5th CD in May 07. Sean has been touring the United States making stops at hot spots like Eddie’s Attic in Atlanta, The Hard Rock in Chicago, CBGB’s in NY and The Bluebird in Nashville. Sean has placed music in independent films & on MTV “Undressed”. She is featured on many compilation CDs, and last fall, she toured the US with the Hollywood production of, “Sordid Lives”, written and directed by Del Shoes.

Lone Goat is the new band and has been playing all over California with a busy schedule this summer. The new CD has already met with immediate radio play all over the world and great reviews. Sean will be appearing in Chicago & Michigan this summer & fall with her guitar player, Paul Houston, in addition to the California appearances with the band!

This new CD is called the Kitchen Sink becuzz it has a little of everything from hard rock to moody rock to country to acoustic to a children's tune... Won't make the record companies happy but it makes me really happy - I love all sorts of music and have sung and written all sorts - This CD is a joy for me - I feel we made great music without even having to try too hard! That's something:) -- hope you like it!



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Gwen Lemmens - RTV Hengelo - The Netherlands

The Kitchen Sink's a must have for all you music lovers
The Kitchen Sink's a must have for all you music lovers. Starting of with the first track called Into the Blue it takes you along different roads of music genres from blues, Folk to Country, you name it, it's well presented. Sean Wiggins and her band have done it again. Suprising us with a new sound and yet still staying familiar. With lyrics that tell a story, a voice that holds you captive and melodies so refined and well played. All in All a CD that shows that true musicians are out there working hard on staying pure and are doing a might fine job in producing a CD with major quality. It rocks.

by Scott G - The G-Man - June 07

the singer shows that the quality of the work may be as important as the quantit
Singing, songwriting, recording, and playing lots of gigs may be the traditional way for an independent music artist to get ahead. With the release of “The Kitchen Sink” by Sean Wiggins and her band Lone Goat, the singer shows that the quality of the work may be as important as the quantity.

G-Man: Your songs seem very personal and yet universal at the same time. Is that deliberate, or is that just the result of you writing what you feel and it turns out a lot of us might say “I’ve been there!” as well?

Sean Wiggins: Some are stories that may not be something I have completely experienced, and is more of a creation from my mind and what I have seen. But mostly they are stories from my life and then as a writer I add to it and make it a better or sadder or funnier story (laughs).

You guys describe the album as having many styles. What are your influences?

Hmmmm. I love all sorts of music, so I’ve been influenced by many people and styles. Stevie Ray Vaughan, Aerosmith, Joni Mitchel and Alan Jackson, just to name a few.

What is your process when creating a song?

I usually get a hook in my head, just words or maybe words and a melody. It usually comes to me when I’m driving down the street. I call my machine at home and sing the idea into my machine and then I go from there. I grab my guitar and I start to sing and play with words and chords: they sort of go together for me. After I get the basic idea, I sit and hash out the words.

See the rest at the link posted above!

Jerry G

Sean Wiggins continues to grow
With "The Kitchen Sink", Sean Wiggins continues to grow as an artist. Joined by her band "Lone Goat", she once again creates catchy melodies and relatable lyrics. But this time around she seems more comfortable in her own skin. She still sees life's joy and sorrow, but with more mature eyes.

Wiggins has learned to care less about what other people think and focus more on what makes her happy. "Watchin' The World Go By" is an anthem for everyone who needs a little "me time" to stay sane. "Old #7" praises a bottle that contains relaxation, not demons. It's a refreshing change in a world where every other person seems to be in a 12-step program. In "Crazy", she's defiantly proud that her life works for her, and that's what counts.

"Taking It Slow" and "More" could only come from someone experienced enough to know they don't know everything.

She's also not letting herself be taken advantage of anymore. Titles like "You Done Me Wrong" and "I'm Not Your Maid" need no explanation. She also knows life is too short to settle for anything less than the "Whole Enchilada".

As with he previous albums, Sean Wiggins and Lone Goat embrace a variety of musical styles. Sean's traditional blues is still going strong on "Cold Wind" and "Old #7". "Taking It Slow" has a relaxed, folksy feel. Paul Houston's guitar lays down a rock solid country foundation for "Watchin' The World Go By" and "You Done Me Wrong".

Standout tracks:
"Watchin' The World Go By" (your choice of electric or acoustic)
"Taking It Slow"
"Old #7"